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Sine Fiction

Sine Fiction, a sublabel of fellow netlabel No Type, commissions electronic-music soundtracks to classic science fiction novels, then makes them available online for free as MP3 albums.
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Following Eucci and Kevin M Krebs, A_dontigny releases the final Sine Fiction installment of Burroughs' cut-up trilogy with ten tracks full of sparks and glitches that fight your other half!(See also Sine Fiction volumes VI and VII)
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Topic: Abstract
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Ellende's musical adaptation of Italo Calvino's novel about qwfwq and Pricilla's love beyond time and space is a rewarding earful of bended tones, high-pitched processing and twisted soundwaves.
Topics: Ambient/noise, Microsound
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Soundtrack to Samuel R Delany's famous novel. Ranging from sombre ambient to upbeat electronic tracks, Kid's posse and the apocalyptic landscapes of Bellona are vividly rendered by Dick Richards' striking skills.
Topics: Minimal House, Ambient/noise
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A grinning digital noise odyssey to accompany Isaac Asimov's sci-fi masterpiece, by French sound designer Julie Rousse (Komsomolsk).
Topics: Electroacoustic, Ambient/noise
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A stalker in a strangely irradiated zone, Red Schuhart is deeply transformed at the contact of this alien litter. Jos Smolders' five compositions adapted from this Strugatsky Brothers novel convey the same disorienting feeling, a bare and minimal odyssey to one's inner self.
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Topic: Minimalism
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Soundtrack to Philip K. Dick and Roger Zelazny's post-apocalyptic tale. Thomas Park (Mystified) presents an asphyxiating musical adaptation of Tibor McMasters' quest to paint the "Irate God" responsible of WWIII.
Topics: Ambient, Experimental
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Continuing the William S Burroughs trilogy, the hideous Mayan caper is exposed by the haunting tracks of Kevin M Krebs (833-45, Emit). Have you become the Sailor, wandering through eerie electronic landscapes littered with discarded Trak goods?(See also Sine Fiction volumes VI and IX)
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Topics: Glitch, Rhythmic Noise
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Philémon (Napalm Jazz, 'Gypt Gore, etc.) presents 3 rumbling, haunting illustrations of George Orwell's classic utopia, Nineteen Eighty-Four. One track for each of Oceania's ideological slogans. What the removal of your freedoms sounds like... if you can still hear such a thing!
Topics: Minimalism, Ambient/noise
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A fight for freedom set in a future despairingly close to us. Trace Reddell (aka Galactus Zeit, The pHarmanaut) takes up Philip K Dick's challenge of reaching the masses trough the airwaves with six upbeat and challenging tracks.
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Topic: Experimental
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For his third volume in the collection, A_dontigny presents a playful and quirky adaptation of Lies, Inc. written by Phillip K Dick in 1966. Here, the psychedelic adventures of Rachmael Ben Applebaum are transformed into an orgy of MC-303.
Topic: idm
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For this "romance of the future", Michael North takes you aboard the spaceship Callisto for a tour of our 21st century solar system... as imagined by millionnaire John Jacob Astor in 1894!
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Based on Stanislaw Lem's 1961 short story. Maciek Szymczuk transposed one of Pirx's adventure into three crackling and glitchy electronic tracks.
Topics: Minimal Techno, Glitch
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A musical transposition of John Brunner's classic 70s sci-fi novel by Montreal-based sound artist James Schidlowsky. Audible places of information society nightmares that are quite unique in the artist's body of work.
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Topic: Electroacoustic
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Erick D'Orion introduced us to the works of late science-fiction autor and humanist Kurt Vonnegut in the early nineties. We immersed ourselves with great interest in the worlds of Vonnegut's pragmatic imagination, enchanted by his wit and compassion. It is only fitting, then, to welcome D'Orion's first participation in the Sine Fiction series with this ambient translation into space, following Malachi Constant's pursuit of the The Sirens of Titan. * For full artwork and information please visit...
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Topics: ambient, experimental, electroacoustic
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Soundtrack to William S Burroughs' novel, dedicated to the crawling centipede hiding in all of us. Eucci (aka Jeffrey Shell) offers a harsh and dense exploration of the Venusian ovens, spiced with reference to early tape splicing and good ol' musique concrete.(See also Sine Fiction volumes VII and IX)
Topics: Noise, Electroacoustic
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The initial Sine Fiction installment, by its curator A_dontigny (Napalm Jazz, Morceaux_de_machines). This bleepy EP is meant as an imaginary soundtrack to Yevgeny Zamyatin's genre-defining utopia-gone-bad novel We. Each track is named after one of the main characters of the novel.
Topics: IDM, Glitch
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For the fifteenth volume in the Sine Fiction series, based on CS Lewis' first installement of his Space Trilogy, we welcome cult filmmaker and motorbike enthousiast Ronnie Cramer. Let these eerie ambiant soundscapes haunt you, as you wander alongside Dr Ransom on the strange planet Malacandra.
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Spanish duo Hinyouki (Cristina Bosco and Crypt Vihara) tackle Robert Heinlein's Starship Troopers and the result is a harsh assault of noise and glitches, probably made out of agonizing Arachnids!
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After the Arthur C Clarke short story. While the Mark V computer finishes its run, live your last moments before the end of the world with this improvised lyrical composition for keyboard by Oeuf Korreckt -- a small hors-d'oeuvre before his adaptation of Clarke's Rendezvous with Rama.
Topics: Cinematic Ambients, Improv